Marina Boutique Hotel is a brand new hotel with contemporary design for your tropical holidays. Marina Boutique Hotel is located on the stand alone Atoll of Fuvahmulah in the South of Maldives. Fuvahmulah is a unique place to stay go for surfing and catch some waves, the only beach break in Maldives. Chill out on the beach, swim with mantas or perhaps a turtle. Discovery yourself in a whole new world of culture, tradition and great hospitality of the Southern Atolls of the Maldives. Live, love, laugh at Marina Boutique Hotel.
Marina Boutique Hotel offers stylish rooms with modern facilities. Variety of activities and local experiences such as fishing with locals, fresh water lake picnic, snorkelling extravaganza and there is many more to explore.
Marina Standard ( Three Rooms)
Stylish 22 square meters room with one King Size bed. This room is ideal for long stay for its reasonable price.
Honeymoon Deluxe ( Three Rooms)
Especially for Honeymooners. Romantic 25 square meters. Deluxe room with one King Size bed and island blessings.
Family Suite (One room)
This elegant 49 Square meters suite is with one adjoining room. One King Bed and two Twin Beds are perfect for your family.
All rooms have Air Conditioning, Free Wi-Fi, IDD Telephone, LCD TV with Satellite channels, Hot Water, Home Theatre System, Electronic Safe, Mini Bar, Tea & Coffee Maker, Hair Dryer, iPod Dock, Emergency Light.
Thai Food Restaurant on the roof top is the whole new experience of enjoying cuisine on a tropical island. Chef’s secret recipe emphasises on light ingredient with authentic Thai aromatic components for your healthy getaway. The best part of the restaurant is that all dishes can be customised. Tell the chef how spicy you want, how sour you crave for, even how many grams of lemon grass you would like to have in your soup. Daily lunch and dinner are only offered with set menu.
Facilities & Services
Although Fuvahmulah itself is an endless playground, hotel facilitates many services for the guest entertainment and ensures your holiday is most comfortable and convenient by offering 24 hours reception, 24 hours transfer, 24 hours tour desk, Snorkelling equipment rental, Free wifi at public area and in room, Volley Ball, Foot Ball, Table Tennis are on schedule. Traditional Entertainment by locals Boduberu Drums and Live Music.
Places to visit in Fuvahmulah
Kalho akiri gando A unique location of black pebbles which can be found in the Airport beach area. Bandaara kilhi One of the two fresh water lakes on the island. The main lake in its true sense is located within this ward with about three-fourth of the whole lake along with its major areas Centred within this ward.
Vashoveyo An ancient circular bath with stone steps. This stone pool reveals great craftsmanship on the cutting of coral stone (hiriga) by the locals.
Kedeyre Miskiy is an old mosque used in 60s, The mosque is ruined and left unused as the mosque is not capable of hosting more than 30 Prayers. The mosque has not been rebuilt as the mosque surrounds a huge area of graveyard.
The Havitta is the ruin of a Buddhist chaitya whose main feature is its ruined stupa In 1922, when Bell saw the ruin, the big Havitta was of about 40 feet in height. A smaller mound, about 15 feet in height, was located nearby. In 1982, their shapes had already been lost because of the damage done by careless diggings to find valuable artefacts or for bungled research purposes, which according to islanders’ reports had been made in the 1940s.
Gemmiskiy The oldest building in Fuvahmulah. In the pre-Islamic period it was a part of the Buddhist monastery and later was the first mosque to be built after the whole island converted to.
Thoondu is a white sandy beach on the north of Fuvahmulah, Maldives. Located within Dhadimagu ward of the island, it is believed to be one of the most well-known features of Fuvahmulah. Hundreds of people visit the beach every day, and this figure is much higher during special occasions like Maahibun. Thoondu has also been declared as a Protected area of Fuvahmulah by the government of Maldives on 12th June 2012 and the Atoll Council of Fuvahmulah has also passed a Decree to establish the place as a Protected area on 19th January 2012.